Paul Newlove - Doesn't Change Much

Paul Newlove - Doesn't Change Much

Post by David Woo » Wed, 09 Jul 1997 04:00:00


One thing about Paul Newlove I will always remember during his time at
Bradford.....

He NEVER shook hands with opposition after a game, he never showed his
appreciation of the fans. He ALWAYS was the first down the tunnel & off
home without a word. Never a club man - only in it for himself.

IMO without doubt Bradford got the better of  the deal with Saints.

Bernard Dwyer is everything Newlove isn't, he plays with courage, heart and
determination.
'Lockers' creates space for wingers, not appreciated until he played for
us.
Sonny Nickle - when fit, gives his all...

Thank You Saints for being foolish enough to think Newlove was worth more
than these guys (plus cash) ..... Oh Dear Oh Dear

 
 
 

Paul Newlove - Doesn't Change Much

Post by Vibrating Bum-Faced Goa » Wed, 09 Jul 1997 04:00:00

: 'Lockers' creates space for wingers, not appreciated until he played for
: us.

It would help if we had some wingers. Currently we have a centre come
future second row, 18 stones of potatos, a full back and a discus thrower
available to play those positions. All good at what they do, but not wingers:

Matt Calland: No pace but excellent space making centre.

Jon Scales: On the floor so often he looks like a root vegetable.

Andy Hockey: Never played winger at Wharfedale, only full back, but is
doing OK at the moment.

Abi Ekoku: Spins round in circles, lets go of the ball and then stands
with his hands on his hips looking into th distance to see where it
landed instead of trying to recover.

I wouldn't say Loughlin wasn't appreciated for his skills at St.Helens. I
bet most wingers tries were scored down his side when he was there, just
as they are at Bradford.

: Sonny Nickle - when fit, gives his all...

: Thank You Saints for being foolish enough to think Newlove was worth more
: than these guys (plus cash) ..... Oh Dear Oh Dear

Whilst I didn't enjoy that match much (Bradford were pretty good and
Saints were dire) it was great to see Peacock take Newlove from 20m
in-field over the touchline with a real ball and all tackle.

I'm glad to hear they've miked the referee up at last. Shame they didn't
turn it down a bit when Bradley was within 50 metres of him though. :^)

--
Chris Russell           | Bradford Bulls - Wembley 1997
Electronic Imaging Unit |
University of Bradford  | Tough on St.Helens
TEL: +44 1274 385463    | Tough on the causes of St.Helens.

 
 
 

Paul Newlove - Doesn't Change Much

Post by Chalk » Wed, 09 Jul 1997 04:00:00

: Whilst I didn't enjoy that match much (Bradford were pretty good and
: Saints were dire) it was great to see Peacock take Newlove from 20m
: in-field over the touchline with a real ball and all tackle.

"Didn't enjoy the match"   There's no pleasing some folk.  I suppose you
would have prefered Saints to win!!

I least I will know who you are at the next game, you'll be the only
miserable one in the whole of the Bulls crowd.

 
 
 

Paul Newlove - Doesn't Change Much

Post by Vibrating Bum-Faced Goa » Wed, 09 Jul 1997 04:00:00

: : Whilst I didn't enjoy that match much (Bradford were pretty good and
: : Saints were dire) it was great to see Peacock take Newlove from 20m
: : in-field over the touchline with a real ball and all tackle.

: "Didn't enjoy the match"   There's no pleasing some folk.  I suppose you
: would have prefered Saints to win!!

: I least I will know who you are at the next game, you'll be the only
: miserable one in the whole of the Bulls crowd.

Did I say that!? No! Please, please, please read what I say before
extrapolating your first glanced reading into something entirely
different from the original meaning.

I said I didn't enjoy the match that much, meaning Saints weren't
prepared to play, meaning the match wasn't as good as it could have been.
Given the rivalry between the two clubs over recent years I expected
Saints to lift for this game. They didn't.

I enjoyed Bradford winning, but I like to see defence just as much as
attack. If I wanted to see my team run the length of the field and score
when ever they got the ball I would watch basketball, not Rugby League.

The match was enjoyable. I enjoy seeing Bradford win. I had a smile on my
face for the majority of the match. I stood in the covered terracing and
had a good laugh with the Saints speccies around us.

Happy? No? Tough.

--
Chris Russell           | Bradford Bulls - Wembley 1997
Electronic Imaging Unit |
University of Bradford  | Tough on St.Helens
TEL: +44 1274 385463    | Tough on the causes of St.Helens.

 
 
 

Paul Newlove - Doesn't Change Much

Post by Piema » Wed, 09 Jul 1997 04:00:00



Quote:
> One thing about Paul Newlove I will always remember during his time at
> Bradford.....

> He NEVER shook hands with opposition after a game, he never showed his
> appreciation of the fans. He ALWAYS was the first down the tunnel & off
> home without a word. Never a club man - only in it for himself.

> IMO without doubt Bradford got the better of  the deal with Saints.

> Bernard Dwyer is everything Newlove isn't, he plays with courage, heart
and
> determination.
> 'Lockers' creates space for wingers, not appreciated until he played for
> us.
> Sonny Nickle - when fit, gives his all...

> Thank You Saints for being foolish enough to think Newlove was worth more
> than these guys (plus cash) ..... Oh Dear Oh Dear

> Funny thing is he thought he was clever turning Wigan down, the fans

didn't want him for the exact reason stated he's in it for himself.
 Saints also though they were getting a good young un for a load of old
geriatrics wrong again. Who says you cant play a new tune on an old fiddle,
just ask Dwyer, Nickle & Loughlin.

--

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Paul Newlove - Doesn't Change Much

Post by Mugwu » Thu, 10 Jul 1997 04:00:00


Quote:
>Thank You Saints for being foolish enough to think Newlove was worth more
>than these guys (plus cash) ..... Oh Dear Oh Dear

And thank you for giving us last seasons leading try-scorer - a man who's
efforts gained us both the Challenge Cup and the League.

Mugwump.

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Paul Newlove - Doesn't Change Much

Post by David Woo » Thu, 10 Jul 1997 04:00:00




Quote:

> >Thank You Saints for being foolish enough to think Newlove was worth
more
> >than these guys (plus cash) ..... Oh Dear Oh Dear

> And thank you for giving us last seasons leading try-scorer - a man who's
> efforts gained us both the Challenge Cup and the League.

Aye but he'll only do it the once.....
 
 
 

Paul Newlove - Doesn't Change Much

Post by Paul Dinsda » Thu, 10 Jul 1997 04:00:00


Quote:

> Did I say that!? No! Please, please, please read....<SNIP>

> Happy? No? Tough.

Ooh, temper, temper. Moral: Mr B-FG means what he says, but doesn't
necessarily say what he means.

--
Paul Dinsdale

 
 
 

Paul Newlove - Doesn't Change Much

Post by Paul McNal » Thu, 10 Jul 1997 04:00:00



Quote:

>>Thank You Saints for being foolish enough to think Newlove was worth more
>>than these guys (plus cash) ..... Oh Dear Oh Dear

>And thank you for giving us last seasons leading try-scorer - a man who's
>efforts gained us both the Challenge Cup and the League.

>Mugwump.

Touche! :)

Paul

 
 
 

Paul Newlove - Doesn't Change Much

Post by David Woo » Thu, 10 Jul 1997 04:00:00



Quote:





Quote:

> >>Thank You Saints for being foolish enough to think Newlove was worth
more
> >>than these guys (plus cash) ..... Oh Dear Oh Dear

> >And thank you for giving us last seasons leading try-scorer - a man
who's
> >efforts gained us both the Challenge Cup and the League.

> Touche! :)

If you knew what we know about Newlove - you wouldn't think it was touche -
just a fair reply - for now...........
 
 
 

Paul Newlove - Doesn't Change Much

Post by Antonioni P » Thu, 10 Jul 1997 04:00:00


Quote:
> Date: 9 Jul 1997 12:28:16 GMT

> Newsgroups: rec.sport.rugby.league
> Subject: Re: Paul Newlove - Doesn't Change Much

> > >>Thank You Saints for being foolish enough to think Newlove was worth
> more
> > >>than these guys (plus cash) ..... Oh Dear Oh Dear

> > >And thank you for giving us last seasons leading try-scorer - a man
> who's
> > >efforts gained us both the Challenge Cup and the League.

> > Touche! :)

> If you knew what we know about Newlove - you wouldn't think it was touche -
> just a fair reply - for now...........

Newlove's not the problem. We should have managed to keep Sonny Nickle.

P.J.

 
 
 

Paul Newlove - Doesn't Change Much

Post by Vibrating Bum-Faced Goa » Fri, 11 Jul 1997 04:00:00



: > Did I say that!? No! Please, please, please read....<SNIP>
: >
: > Happy? No? Tough.
: >

: Ooh, temper, temper. Moral: Mr B-FG means what he says, but doesn't
: necessarily say what he means.

No, my point is this:

I said I didn't particularly think one game was getting into a
*** frenzy over. That was extrapolated into my being the most
miserable bastard in Bradford. That's not on.

I am the most miserable bastard in Bradford, but on the evidence I
give here none of you lot would know it.

So ner.

--
Chris Russell           | Bradford Bulls - Wembley 1997
Electronic Imaging Unit |
University of Bradford  | Tough on St.Helens
TEL: +44 1274 385463    | Tough on the causes of St.Helens.

 
 
 

Paul Newlove - Doesn't Change Much

Post by Vibrating Bum-Faced Goa » Fri, 11 Jul 1997 04:00:00


: >Thank You Saints for being foolish enough to think Newlove was worth more
: >than these guys (plus cash) ..... Oh Dear Oh Dear

: And thank you for giving us last seasons leading try-scorer - a man who's
: efforts gained us both the Challenge Cup and the League.

Yeah but he's shit though, isn't he. :^)

I noticed his limp come on about 10 minutes into the second half on
Sunday. This is the most committment I've seen from him, it used to
happen when Bradford were behind and he had to make a one-on-one
tackle. Maybe St.Helens has been good for him.

--
Chris Russell           | Bradford Bulls - Wembley 1997
Electronic Imaging Unit |
University of Bradford  | Tough on St.Helens
TEL: +44 1274 385463    | Tough on the causes of St.Helens.

 
 
 

Paul Newlove - Doesn't Change Much

Post by Mr P Halliwel » Fri, 11 Jul 1997 04:00:00

Since Skints signed Newlove I have said that:-

- Newlove plays for Newlove and money.  Not for club or country.
Made evident by his sulking period and not playing at Bradford.

- Also Bradford got the better of the deal. Players plus lots of
cash for a selfish player.  Bradford were laughing all the way
to the bank.

I didn't want Newlove at Wigan after his sulking display and his
high demands.  Also he openly admitted he never trained on weights
of technique.  He's a lazy player too, and natural ability leaves
you at a much younger age then hard earned technique through
determined training.  Newlove is discovering that now.

--

Wigan Warriors RLFC.....But still just Wigan RLFC to me.
.
As important as the right to free speach is the right not to listen....!

 
 
 

Paul Newlove - Doesn't Change Much

Post by Mugwu » Fri, 11 Jul 1997 04:00:00


Quote:





>> >Thank You Saints for being foolish enough to think Newlove was worth
>more
>> >than these guys (plus cash) ..... Oh Dear Oh Dear

>> And thank you for giving us last seasons leading try-scorer - a man who's
>> efforts gained us both the Challenge Cup and the League.

>Aye but he'll only do it the once.....

Ooh I don't know, as long as he stays fit I would say the chances are good.

Did you watch Eddie and Stevo's program last night, Newlove is third in
the number of tackle breaks table.

Considering that he has been injured for at least a third of the season I
would say it is remarkable.

At the end of the day Newlove doesn't have to prove anything to anybody,
there isn't a centre in the game who he hasn't skinned at one time or
another, and that includes Gary Connolly who is without doubt the best
defensive player in the game.

There were serious allegations made about Newlove's character when he left
Bradford i.e he doesn't tackle, he doesn't like training, he doesn't like
Aussie coaches.

Well each and every one of these statements have been shown to be false.

McRae has had the slightest bit of bother over him.

If he doesn't shake hands at the end of the game - big deal, Saints aren't
paying him to make friends, they want him to score/make tries.

I think there is ample evidence to say that Newlove has fulfilled his
part of the bargain.

Mugwump.

    !!    |-------------------------------------------|    !!

   !!!!   |        --iNTERzONE iNcORpOrATED---        |   !!!!
  /    \  |-------------------------------------------|  /    \
 ( O||O ) |"I think it's time for you boys to share my| ( O||O )
 (  /\  ) |last taste of the true black meat - flesh  | (  /\  )
  (/##\)  |of the giant aquatic Brazilian Centipede"  |  (/##\)